What does it take to be perceived as beautiful? There are as many answers to that question as there are people in the world. Everyone has their own preferences for what they like to see in the mirror, as well as what they tend to look for in a partner’s appearance. That said, there do seem to be some things that are considered universally attractive across the globe, with all their many cultural variations. These include: a keen sense for how to dress flatteringly, a healthy-looking and attractive smile, having a good dose of self-confidence in one’s mannerisms, and having a strong but balanced attitude in one’s interactions with others.
You’ve heard people say that it’s not about what you look like on the outside… it’s all about who you are on the inside. Well, that’s true to a certain degree but in the world of modeling, it’s all superficial; if you don’t look good, you’ll never have a career in modeling, let alone a successful one.
As a prosthodontist, I have read a lot about the relationship between oral health and self-esteem. It’s an issue that follows us throughout our lives, from school to the boardroom. It’s been shown that the state of our teeth can be a source of bullying in our formative years, and many speculate that our teeth can also help or hinder our odds of landing our dream job.
Experts say that kissing is one of the effective ways for healing the body.
Medics note that kisses are useful especially for the cardiovascular system, said the profiled online edition sex-news.ru.
Julia Roberts takes beauty tips from her late grandfather. The 'Pretty Woman' actress - who is famed for her mega-watt smile - says one of the best bits of advice she ever received from him was to brush her teeth with baking soda.
The mother-of-three said: "I brush my teeth with baking soda. My grandfather would put a big heaping mound of it on his toothbrush. He had only one cavity in his entire life."